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Known as ‘Gods Isle’, Gigha is a 20-minute ferry journey from Tayinloan on the Kintyre Peninsula. At only seven miles long by one and a half miles wide, the island's relatively flat landscape makes it the ideal destination for keen walkers and cyclists. Gigha is a relatively fertile island, offering a richness of wildlife and history and ancient relics can be found all over the island. When you’re on Gigha, you’ll be guaranteed the warmest of island welcomes.

Ferries to Gigha are from Tayinloan on the Kintyre peninsula.

Find out more about Gigha.

Gigha Bluebells Visitors Walking on south end of Gigha MV Loch Ranza Achmore Gardens Isle of Gigha
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